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Vegan ice cream is a hot commodity these days. But violent storms that have devastated farms in Southeast Asia are threatening to take away one of its best ingredients — coconuts.
As many as nine states could see heat indexes above 100 degrees Fahrenheit for more than a quarter of the year by 2036, according to a new report.
The Bank of England for the first time is asking British insurers to gauge how global warming might impact the value of the stocks and bonds they hold — and its potential to upend financial markets.
Three women killed when a Southern California sea cliff collapsed were members of a family gathered on a beach to celebrate one of them having survived breast cancer, authorities and relatives said Saturday.
A hotly anticipated legal war began the moment EPA's Affordable Clean Energy rule hit the Federal Register.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's chief of staff is resigning to work at a nonprofit advocating for the Green New Deal, the New York Democrat announced over the weekend.
The sweltering heat wave that roasted much of Europe last month has since moved north, where it's wreaking havoc on the Greenland ice sheet. But while all eyes are currently trained on the Arctic ice, scientists are finding that Europe's coldest places have also suffered.
The wind industry is growing, literally. American wind developers are installing increasingly large turbines, capable of generating twice as much power as their predecessors and opening up new areas of the country to wind development.
MINNEAPOLIS — Al Gore is "trying not to pick a favorite" among the 24 Democrats seeking to unseat President Trump.
A group that touts the benefits of carbon dioxide and is connected to the Trump White House has hired a prominent climate science critic to spread uncertainty among Washington lawmakers.
Companies and federal agencies could be on the hook for rising insurance claims and fiduciary duty violations in the new landscape of climate-related liability, according to experts.
Florida officials say insured losses in the state from last year's Hurricane Michael have reached nearly $7 billion.
Indonesia is planning a slew of incentives for electric car manufacturers and drivers to help bolster a sector that has already lured investment from Toyota Motor Corp. and SoftBank Group Corp., according to a draft government strategy seen by Bloomberg.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro promised new data on deforestation rates Wednesday, days after telling foreign journalists that numbers showing sharply increased rates of deforestation were "lies."
An Oregon state senator's threats against the Senate president and the state police on the eve of a walkout by Senate Republicans in June sent a wave of fear through the Capitol.
The Trump administration's rollback of Obama-era clean car standards could prevent automakers from adding thousands of new jobs in states that backed Donald Trump in the 2016 election, according to a new report.
A super political action group supporting Democratic Washington Gov. Jay Inslee's run for president has raised about $2.1 million this year, nearly all of it from seven people.
Climate change and the growing popularity of electric vehicles are lending a new urgency to a 25-year-old international body's efforts to mine metals from the ocean floor.
As the Arctic burns, President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the wildfires scorching Siberia that many scientists describe as a sign of climate change.
Greenland is in the midst of one of its strongest melting events on record, as a major heat wave — the same one that scorched much of Europe last month — grips the Arctic.